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Power of E-mail Marketing   NCM

Power of E-mail Marketing NCM



Best practices for maximizing your return on investment and growing your business via e-mail marketing.

Best practices for maximizing your return on investment and growing your business via e-mail marketing.



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  • Title: The Power of Social Media Marketing, Leveraging Social Media.
  • Experts: please edit this slide to include:Your photoYour email addressYour URLYour social media handle informationFeel free to include/delete those tools you are not actively using.
  • Why is engagement marketing critical to your success? Your best source of new business are your existing customers
  • Engagement Marketing is using technology to make this happen. Email marketing is a critical component of an Engagement Marketing strategy.
  • Email marketing allows you to build trusting relationships and nurture early relationships, while acquiring some new customers from your passionate customersSocial media marketing uses your raving fans to acquire new customers, connect with prospects and begin nurturing deeper relationshipsEmail marketing should encourage broader relationships through social media marketingSocial media marketing should encourage deeper relationships through email marketing
  • There are 5 stages in a relationship, or 5 types of people:(Click) Raving Fans: Customers with a high level of loyalty, trust, & engagement. They willingly refer others to you and your business.(Click) Customers: Those buying from you already. These are people who have engaged as a customer at some point in the past. May be willing to try alternatives if encountered.(Click) Prospects – those that have a connection to you via a person, product, or service, but may not know of you yet. A connection exists for you either directly or indirectly through a Raving Fan or a Prospect. Is likely to need the services you provide in the future.(Click) Suspects – These folks are inclined to do business with you someday, but no connection exists. No direct or indirect connections exist. Is likely to want or need the services you provide in the future.(Click) Disinterested – those that have no interest and who will never buy a product or service from you. It’s better to build credibility here and direct them to what they’re interested inIt makes sense to use your marketing resources wisely… with the people who count!Now you can resourcefully apply new tools to acquire, connect, engage, and grow new customer relationships. (Click) Social media marketing uses your Raving Fans to acquire and engage new customers, [Click] connect with prospects, and begin fostering deeper relationships
  • Easily integrate your Email Marketing efforts with your social media marketing efforts in order to capture contacts wherever your audience is. Make a Join My Mailing List box or link available on all your social media sites and website Include social media icons in a consistent and prominent place in your Emails, so folks will have an easy way to connect with you on your social presences, too.
  • When you repurpose your great email content on your social channels, you can use NutshellMail to quickly engage and respond in in real-time, in minutes a day.NutshellMail from Constant Contact is an easy, free way to monitor all your social media activity in minutes a day. NutshellMail is a free monitoring tool that brings a summary of your social network updates to your inbox in a single email on your schedule.Constant Contact's NutshellMail supports Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yelp, Foursquare, Citysearch, and MySpace.
  • Email Service Providers can help you track lots of positive and negative results even if your audience doesn’t directly respond, and you can track direct responses back to specific individuals. Here how it works.When you send an email, your Email Service Provider automatically adds special code that enables the tracking of certain responses. It’s possible to trackWhich emails bounced and why they bouncedWhich emails received spam complaintsWho opted out of receiving future emailsWho enabled the images to display in their emailWho clicked the links in your emailWho forwarded your email to someone elseLet’s look at what you should be keeping track of and what you can do with this information.
  • In addition to Email Report Tracking, use tools which measure increases in overall “reach” which includes comprehensive tracking on social networks, including: Likes, Follows, Shares, etc.
  • When your bounce report tells you that an email address is non-existent, or no longer valid:You can check for obvious misspellings. For example, an email address that ends in ‘@hotmail.comm’ can be easily corrected. If it isn’t obvious, don’t guess. Email addresses can be odd and you don’t want to mistakenly send someone an email they didn’t ask for. You can contact the subscriber for new or corrected information or delete him or her from your list if you aren’t able to determine whether the email is misspelled. It’s a good idea to collect alternative contact information from your customers in case they change email addresses without notifying you.When your bounce report tells you that the server was down, the mailbox was full, or the email was blocked:You can try to send the email later and watch for trends.If the emails get through after trying again or making alterations (i.e. sending a text-only version of your email), make note of the changes or start a separate list for email addresses with known issues. If the emails repeatedly bounce, you’ll probably have to obtain a new address if practical.

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